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like it up to washington d.c., is that right or wrong? i am dave asbin. we'll go to steve and rich and mike and john, you love this idea and think it is good for the whole, country explain. >> one of the scandal is not the deficits, but the fact that federal government collects 2.5 trillion. with the consumption or sales tax, this is the lone way we can limit how much money gets to the federal government and more businesses would be created and jobs and the federal government would not be penalizing our work and we would get more work and jobs. >> sounds good to me, rick, to you? >> here's the problem. i will not touch incredibly regressive nature of this. >> by regressive, it hits the poor more than the rich? >> exactly. put the brakes on a economy, imagine what happens here. first of all, to keep the revenue neutral, you are looking at a 20 or 30 percent sales tax . add that to the state tax that governor gindale wants to add. no one will be able to afford it or go shopping. >> steve, this is a country of experiment ground . the states experiment with things that mig do better. >
guests on "washington journal" is steve clemens and gary schmitt. ruchir sharma will discuss his book "breakout nations." "washington journal" live on c- span. >> this weekend on "
. this is a long time coming. this is a very long time coming. joining us now is steve clemons from "the washington note" and the new america foundation. steve writes at "the atlantic magazine" where he is washington editor at large. thank you so much for being here. >> my pleasure, rachel. >> president obama's announcement today that u.s. troops are going to change mission, move to a support role this spring. we had known that it was possible maybe as early as this next summer before today. do we know why the president felt he could accelerate the pace today and do it by this spring? >> well, i think that the president has looked at the -- he just won election. he has looked at the political tea leaves in the united states, and there is not very much support for this. and i think he is making a very important strategic judgment that the timing, that you've got american men and women still on the front line. they're still going to be in danger, but there is nothing strategically achievable in the spring that is different than what is strategically achievable in the summer or fall. and i think for t
coming, a long time coming, a very long time coming. joining us now is steve clemens from the new america foundation. he writes for "atlantic" magazine, washington editor at large. thank you for being here. >> my pleasure, rachel. >> president obama's announcement that troops will move to a support role this spring, we had known it was possible maybe as early as this next summer before today, do we know why the president felt he could accelerate the pace today and do it by this spring? >> i think that the president looked at the tea leaves in the united states, not much support for this. making a strategic judgment that the timing that you have american men and women still on the front line, going to still in danger, but nothing strate c strategically achievable in the spring that is different than what is strategically achievable in the summer or fall. for those people who thought barack obama would acquiesce to permanent war, they are totally wrong this is a very important day. i was re-reading "the drift: the unmooring of american military power," written by one rachel mad yao today,
wall street journal"'s steve moore. steve, a disturbing series of events, to put it mildly. >> no question about it, neil. and, look, we have a three-branch system of government in washington. the president is the chief of the executive branch, that means the president doesn't make the laws, he executes the laws that congress passes. and, you know, i'm in austin, texas, today. here in texas everybody's been talking about this. what is with all these executive orders? what gives the president the authority to do this? and the one that, you know, i'm most interested in, obviously, is whether the president will try to unilaterally raise the debt ceiling without approval of congress. and that is the scuttlebutt right now in washington, that the president is simply going to do it whether congress authorizes that extension or not. neil: you know, sabrina, it's odd that this is occurring the same week we saw the movie "lincoln" honored with 12 oscar nods. of course, a lot of people point to the fact that abraham lincoln, you know, habeas corpus went way after and way beyond what c
. to his left, colonel laura yeager, 40th combat aviation brigade. to her left, commander steve everett, to his left lieutenant colonel dana, marine corps installation west. thank you. let me go ahead and start off by talking a little bit and just going back over some of the discussions yesterday that i think are going to play into this discussion. we had vice admiral beeman talk a little bit yesterday about capabilities and vice admiral zunkoff talked about partnerships, unity of effort, unity of command. mayor lee talked about dod efforts, expertise, community efforts and as we go into all those discussions today you will see best practices applied during the 10 years from those fires. i have the pleasure of working for administrator fuget in fema headquarters. fema's role is to coordinate response between state and local governments and his focus, his direction to us really comes down it 3 things. he asks us to always plan for the worst case, the maximum of the maximums and it's go to see the department of defense is incorporating this within the catastrophe policy that was spoken
millionaires. it is the belief that you owe backe to a country that has helped to make you what you are. steve jobs -- we had a tough column in the last issue. it was tough not about apple labor practices in china. here you had a man of great wealth was talking about cutting taxes and never really gave of his philanthropic wealth. poor bill gates, he gets nailed for being so square. you can disagree with some things. but he is out there. >> all of them out there now came a little late to the party. they got very rich, very young. i wanted to leave some time for audience questions. i have not read more questions from the audience because they are also good. usually it is the guy with the aluminum hat on getting cia messages. [laughter] not really. if you want to line up, we have a few more minutes at the microphones. we will take a few questions. please make sure that you make them questions. >> i have been interested in americorps and other related programs. from what i can tell, you do not support it or talk about it very much. the tea party is advocating limiting national service. president
in our state. steve mecher and thank you for being here. ongoing support. got the sf giants hat, yes. mike cureo and thanks for being here and the construction trades and we have been working with you to get the folks trained over the years. it's a wonderful time, and the chairman -- and the chairman of our san francisco metropolitan transportation agency who has been a long time champion of public transit, a regular muni rider, someone who loves the city and has been at the forefront of not only a great transportation but has his head in our city and programs and wonderful services. please come on up. chairman tom nolan. [applause] >> leader pelosi asked me what is of going to say after reverend frong. i didn't have a chant rate for that. this is a great day for san francisco. this is a labor of love. we know the economic and transit values of this. as an agency we are committed and not only committed to bringing this fruition on time but under budget as well. is that good? and we will continue the vil against of all of our assets and focusing on the priority number one is s
? >> we have the set up. >> good morning. it is a great pleasure to be here. a special thanks to steve and to michael who have worked with me throughout the two years of the project and a support me in the right direction. it is fabulous to be in washington, d.c. many of you have been here a lot longer. i have been here one month so i am still in love with the place. yet to wake up in the morning and not have immediate stress put upon me. to able to walk around the streets is a real joy. i have a six addiction. i will have to go back a lot. steve asked me to talk about the number of issues. he is asked me to talk about the prospects for reform. he is also ask me why reforms are being seen as so crucial? earlier on he mentioned a key word in understanding the current mood in mexico. a large part of the rhetoric of the election campaign was about having a government that would get things done. passes legislation. that hit at the heart of many criticisms. they were in effect. they were not able to generate that is needed within congress to get it passed. another question is about it is al
you, senator. is there really no other way? >> steve argues that there is an inability for servicers to write down principal on private label securitized loans absolutely false. writing down a principal has been increasing over time on private label securitized loans. there is no ability for a servicer of a fannie or freddie loan to actually write down. there is a big distinction there. second, he says that we, m.r.p., can't figure out a way to get these loans out. it is because m.r.p. doesn't actually own the loan. what they are proposing at the core of its proposal is m.r.p. wants to take loans from somebody else. that is what eminent domain is all about. the person does not want to sell you those loans so you grab them without that person's consent. we'll come back to legal issues throughout the discussion here. sticking to the policy side of it, there is a reason you can't get out of the trust. the reason is the united states government, the u.s. department of treasury through tax law, does not allow those loans to be sold out. when you come back to the legal analysis figuring ou
daughter was massacred at the aurora theatre last summer lashed out. steve hernandez shouted rot in hell to james holmes during a court hearing on friday. holmes allegedly shot and killed 12 people and wounded dozens of others. the judge gave holmes until march to enter a plea. >>> a mississippi ex-con who was pardoned by former haley barbour was killed man on thursday. four had been convicted of murder. barbour has steadfastly stood by his decisions. >>> the department of homeland security is advising hundreds of millions of people to temporarily disable the java software on their computers. the recommendation stems from concerns that hackers have found a way to exploit java coating, potentially clearing the way for identity theft and for attacks on websites. >>> and it's about 19 after the hour. time to head over to lisette gonzalez from our miami station wfor. good morning, lisette. >> good morning. we have mixed weather across the country. springlike weather akrots the northeast and wintry weather across the west. blizzard conditions. flaking are flying from the d
. steve young >> in just 24 hours, there is already going to be a cookoff. and take a look at these pictures this includes steve young. these kids. they mean is serious business they're not even touching the snacks. that must be fourth quarter that is darlene. and the red lipstick. and it is not just the raiders fans. 49ers can also be the fans. and stanley could catch that driver. and these animals, that could be a holiday card and look of vern and davis. and franco are into cute kids all the way around. a future cheerleader and a look at that. a great tail gate. we would like to send your pictures. we are back after this if you'o're lreing inth mtherar sev se cre n'n'disedie,e, ask yok ur gas goentoeologoltei, tabouabhumihu ada amumamu who hao ve tri t oth o med matit bustilstexpeexenceen shumihura can cowerowour ouilitl fig f inf itiontiemissmin.n. inclinuding intubercbeosisos serious,ou sometomes fesal ealno or oorther teres oescancca, ,havndrvourvsystsy pro pems,em and new neor wor wningniearteafr seriouris allealic ricctioct,, before sretartinrthumihu, yo, r ctorcthou
hostile to media. and it works for them because they had enough innovation to get away with it. >> steve jobs was terrific with marketing but lousy with puerto rico. they refused to say how ill he was or what he had. he was the ceo. that was material information. he stayed alive with cancer long enough to build up his successor and build strength so when he died the stock did not go down. john: occasionally bad news can be good for business. like the tragic killing of trayvon martin may have helped skittles. he only had a bag of skittles that was the scene of the protest that followed. >> marching with signs and skittles in honor of trayvon martin rallying wearing a hoodies and carrying skittles. john: skittles said they will not commented its import -- inappropriate to get involved. >> our condolences go out for all involved but we will not exploit this for commercial purposes. by saying that is precisely the way to do it. >> that is an example where a company over thinking that puerto rico gets in the way of word-of-mouth. there is no more powerful thing than people talking to other pe
steve teuber wanted me -- he wanted to address it to you himself when you had the meeting with the city attorney. but we had been told by the commission secretary that this was not on the agenda, you know. we're having a lot of problems getting notice. it isn't that the -- that it's a plot. it isn't that we don't receive courtesy from the director who actually, if it weren't for the director a couple of times notifying me, there wouldn't be a single opponent or single paid advocate at some things like the court hearings because once you select four people, those people don't necessarily want anybody else to participate.
with turner construction giving you our later construction update. >> good morning directors, steve with turner construction. even with the holidays it was a very -- [ inaudible ] you have heard some of these statistics already earlier this morning, but the last period, the month of december there were no recordable or lost time incidents on the project. we have -- you saw the 700,000 plus man hours to-date throughout the entire project and taking into account the current work on the transit center, all the work under webcor's contract, 600,000 craft hours through the end of 2012. and that is about 38,000 completed over the last period. the most significant progress has been made in the excavation and there is some statisticks there of where we are. the ultimate news is that we're about 50% complete with the overall excavation of the project. you heard 27 5,000 cubic yards have been removed. so we're right on track. there some of the other highlights, the water, the auxiliary water system work continues on mission street, working on 2nd back towards the beale street end of the
steve, sir, this was a very successful demonstration of our medical surge cape pblt and it was well done. but now we need to evolve and keep moving this forward. what we did on this particular time was stand-alone demonstrations of our particular capabilities. i think the next thing we need to do is a joint demonstration. for example, our shock trauma has many similarities to a dmat that might be a next step in the evolution of this type event. it also, after discussing with several members of the hospitals during the tour yesterday, it's clear that there are many other civilian military training opportunities that exist. those can be maybe collaboration between medical personnel in military and civilian hospitals and many other options like that are possible. >> thank you. for our guests, what questions do you have? again, we have some microphones that can go around, we have two up front. >> very interesting. i have a question, both lewis and i were down at katrina right after it happened and one of the issues, you know, there were many medical issues. one was pharmaceuticals. di
: and steve hartman "on the road." when the call went it for snowflakes for the children of newtown, no one could have predicted the response. >> oh, my goodness, i wouldn't change this for the world. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good even
kidding will begin at 1:00 p.m. >> and long time fans from the 90's, steve young, brett favre yes. it seems like they have played each other each time in the playoffs. green bay is usually always getting a better chance. however, the 49ers are looking to hope to reverse that trend. >> it did you ever able to get tickets? >> i did not get tickets but they are still about 2000 tickets available. $150-$ 1500! >> i would be happy to join you. [laughter] now, there is a different side of a usually very tough 40 niner. 40 niner player- niners 49er. tight end vernon davis as you've never seen him before. as an artist? kron-'4s vicki liviakis brings us the story. >> the vernon davis we see on tv. nfl football player. 49er tight end. taking a hard hit. and getting back up again. but, this is also vernon painter. opening up his new art gallery in san jose's santana row. gallery 85. just like his jersey. and is all about expressing yourself. >> to touch the lives of children. to let them believe in themselves and they can believe. that is why i am here. >> here you'll see davis' own oil pain
. a little secret, though. steve and the family love "the five" the best. good boy. robert? >> bob: this is a proud day and sad day for me. my son alex is on his way to college now. he is going to rollins college in florida, which is eric's alma mater. i will tell you this. he spent the fall semester doing golf tournaments. that is he and his sister messing around at thanksgiving, christmas i guess. but i will tell you one thing for all of you parents out there. there are moments in your child's life where you stay close to them whenbe you can. because when you hear that old adage about time goes by so quickly. honestly, it feels like it was yesterday i put him if his first little league
a better america. thank you. god bless you. the plus the united states of america. >> our guests are steve clemens and gary schmidt. this is live as senate got a hamisha on c-span. -- at 7:00 p.m. eastern on c- span. >> the honor guard held the first rehearsal. if they had marched in 15 in our bureau parade since it was for in 1941. ♪ ♪
shoots newspaper california. doctors express dr. steve has prevention tip to go along with frequent hand washing. he says there's evidence 50 milligram of sichbing of zinc a day can help. >> i can tell you i'm taking it. >>reporter: kaiser doctor says it's too late in the flu season to have any more vaccine made and have it make any kind of a difference n.walnut creek, abc 7 news. >>> right now if the family needs to get flu shots we have a list of resources available at our web site including the shoe the flu program where children can get flu shots for free. so check us out on our web said for that information. >> all right spencer is off. sandhya is here. another cold night and now on radar spotting rain. >> this weather is getting interesting by the minute here in the bay area. let me show you live pick right now we are watching rain. watching lightening and snow believe it or not. batch of moisture came in from the north show it to you in a mole. guess what. coyote tower all lit up in red. forty-niner fever here in san francisco as you you can see. beautiful have you there.
before in the post season back in 1999 and with steve young who was the quarterback. we will see how they do this time around and if anyone will be headed out to the stick, they better bundle up. >> yes, i'll tell you, 49ers had about 16 touchdowns. [ laughter ] >> but maybe a lot more. >> yeah, you kind of ruined your credibility. >> right. at least that will be the sports coat, i hope. >> and 49 for san rafael and the city. they got up to 50 degrees. 49 for livermore. a chilly day with a lot of sun and beautiful visibility. great day to go to the peak to gaze down towards the sierra. extended forecast shows that we're the same. >> right. and wear a real warm coat for ruby, alaska. >> that was great. >> i couldn't stand it. >>> all right, technology buffs are talking a lot about the driverless cars. what you're about to see is not exactly what they had in mind. she says that the story of the man gaining faith by pranking fast food workers. >> and in under five seconds he could turn himself into a car seat. >> i built this car seat costume.
movies. >> rose: the collaboration between the two of them is, clearly is between steve and tony, but also catherine and mark, i mean, mackerel informed that film by the sort of -- because he is a former reporter, what he went to find in terms of the experiences and then figured out how to make a movie out of those experiences in a driving narrative, you know, and they chose -- they had to change it after the assassination, after the killing of osama bin laden. >> yes, this he threw out the, out the earlier movie and started all over. >> rose: so tell me about ang lee and what you think of this movie. >> i admire ang lee greatly and i don't think i would have put it on the best film of the years myself but it is technically very invasive like pi and i think it was one of the few occasions in the past few years with the wave of 3-d films that it actually took me some place i wasn't expecting him to take it what he did with high definition and the different textures of movement of water on the screen, it is an incredible looking film. >> rose: tell me what it was you saw in the be
sort of lauded as how the private sector can be part of solution. c-span: let's watch steve bird. >> one company figured out how to lower health care costs by more than 40%. >> it's an idea with national attention. >> a safeway supermarket chain looked for a way to rename printemps and had to is a win-win solution. >> in 2005, with a billion health care bill granting that $100 billion a year. >> diabetics and prescriptions you can see how many scripts and the average script. >> what we discovered with 70% of health care costs are given by people's behaviors. >> and i had the affair was 200 pounds. i have made pizza, comics, dvds and that was the weekend. >> u.s. one day i haven't worked out, have been exercising to get busy and it's the last thing you really concerned about. >> i was chronically having colds and if there is a history of cancer and my family, diabetes, heart disease. i was a walking dead man. >> as a business guy that if we could influence behavior over 200,000 person workforce, we could have effects on health care costs. >> the easiest starting point was in the 3
to support him as defense secretary. >> leak steve said, i'm also looking forward to the confirmation process. that will help us get a much better sense of where chuck hagel's values are, where he's willing to put his shoulder behind the wheel. and it's really encouraging to hear that he's made promises around open service for lgbt service members, around women's issues. the problem is, we just haven't seen any evidence of that. so while steve and a lot of the others can say, i've talked to hagel. he's indicated that support, he shook my hand. he's a nice guy. that's great. i actually want to see real concrete promises from him that will not only is he going to enforce the law as it stands, but actually take it further and make sure that the u.s. armed services is a place of inclusion, is a place of equality, is a place of fairness. and the aim for civil service that he will also manage as part of it his responsibilities as secretary of defense. so i'm just looking for much more concrete evidence of that support. >> heather kroen, thank you very much for joining us. stephen clemens, thanks fo
. steve hernandez, father of victim rebecca wingo, blurted out, "rot in hell, holmes," as the defendant was leaving the courtroom. other family members in the courtroom said they understand his reaction. >> i didn't think he was going to say something like that, just like -- i didn't know exactly what the outburst was, i thought a scream or crying. what i found out it was, "rot in hell, james holmes," i was surprised. >> reporter: is it hard to hold your tongue during these procedures? >> me personally no. i do not want to get in trouble. he could have gotten in a lot of trouble for what he did today. he had his daughter die. >> reporter: the judge ruled that holmes can stand trial in the case. he will officially be arraigned and expected to enter a plea in march. jim spellman, cnn, centennial, colorado. >>> alan rose is competing to become -- allen rose is competing to become miss america. win or lose, she's decided to undergoing g a preventive double mass tech tom at the pageant at the urge of her fathers. her mother, grandmother, and aunt died of the disease. although she is young an
to this movie from the marcellus shale corporation. steve forde "it's a complete work of fiction. this movie may run in theaters for several weeks, maybe a couple of months but the work of our industry is going to continue for generations to come." look obviously is the movie is a work of of fiction. but the science in the movie? is that fiction? >> well, the science of contamination from natural gas drilling and oil drilling and fracking is very, very clear. the industry has been studying how their wells leak and fail for decades. and they know that they leak and fail. and we've discovered those documents. and they're right there for the public to see. we know that 5% of their well casings fail within immediately upon drilling. and that 50% of them fail over 30-year period. >> okay. >> so this type of thing from the marcellus shale coalition is exactly what the movie is describing. that they'll come out and tell you black is white. >> i'm going to tell you, though. it's interesting. if you go into the state of pennsylvania to see this movie, that same group we were just talking about, the marce
this send? joining me is stephan crew der. steve at the bottom of this is a lot of sad kids growing up without a dad. >> yeah. that's right. you are absolutely right. these people on the show would of course well they are growing up with a dad. not the traditional form of dad. i love the way you over enunciated shawte low. show is carlos walker. here is the real deal here. the feminization of men which has resulted in the degradation of men which we have seen here in 21st century america. this guy needs to make better decisions. now, oxygen says they are not encouraging this kind of behavior. but i certainly haven't seen them condemn it. you know why? that would require them use the j word judgment. we're not allowed to do that men as you grow up to be men, you are no longer boys you need to start judging. you need to start judging the people around you. need to start judging the situations around you and you need to start judging your own horrible crappy decisions just like shoty low. we are not allowed to do that because that could result in hurt feelings and politically incorrect. i
for president clinton and steve clemons is editor at large at the atlantic, and senior fellow and founder of the new america foundation america strategy program and author of "the washington note." >> welcome. >> it's my view that the afghan war is like the reality show that has been on forever. nobody watches it, nobody likes it, it worsts way too much and yet it's renewed every year. were you surprised? >> no, i wasn't. both sides got something of meaning. for president karzai, he gets a return to sovereignty and a pledge that u.s. force also leave afghan villages sooner rather than later. that's important to the afghan people. the president got something important on the backside. towards the end of the press conference all the pieces required to have a follow-on force are there. an arrangement on immunity of crops thattroops that commit to sovereignty and continue to support and train the of a afghan forces as the afghan forces take over responsibility they will carry the load whether they're ready or not. >> john: indeed, steve, is it your opinion that the afghan forces are ready to
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